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Ranger Jenny describes the properties of the Hardwood Hammock. She explains how the hammock is a raised area, naturally protected by a thick canopy and walls of native vegetation. They encounter a great deal of unique flora and fauna.
- Everglades Mountains and Valleys, Places of Environmental Interest
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